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Houston Metro Demographic-Economic Characteristics
  .. tools & data; view/rank/compare/analyze conditions & trends
  .. ready-to-use GIS project/datasets

Relating your data to demographic-economic characteristics and trends in a region involves more than information provided by a report or set of statistical tables. It is important to use your data to be able to identify areas of missed opportunity and competitive position. It is important to have a "10,000 foot" view as well as understanding individual neighborhoods and market/service areas. Geographic Information System (GIS) tools, with the right set of geographic, demographic and economic data can facilitate decision-making through the use of visual and tabular data analytics.

This section provides information on installing and using the Houston Metro Demographic-Economic GIS software and project/datasets. This same scope of data, tools and operation is available for any metro, state or combination. Examine extended geographic, demographic, economic characteristics for the metro using the related Houston metro Situation & Outlook report -- available for all metros.

Metro GIS Projects -- selected metros
  • Houston
  • Minneapolis-St. Paul
  • Sacramento

1. Houston Metro in Context of State/Region
Patterns of percent population change 2010-2016 by county (see more) using the U.S. by county layer. The Houston metro (see pointer) is shown in context of state/region.

.. view developed using the CVGIS software.
.. illustrates use of the "us1_metros_houston1.gis" GIS project.

Demographic Projections to 2060
Population and components of change data for the period 2010-2016 are included in the U.S. by county shapefile and part of the GIS project. Use the ProximityOne county level annual projections to 2060 to examine demographic characteristics and change into the future. The County 2060 projections are available by age single year of age by gender by race/origin by origin.

2. Patterns of Median Household Income by Neighborhood
The following graphic shows patterns of median household income by census tract for the Houston metro area. This is the start-up view when using the GIS tools and data described below. The color patterns/intervals are shown in the highlighted layer in legend at left of map window. Use the GIS tools described below to develop thematic pattern maps for a range of data and criteria.

.. view developed using the CVGIS software.
.. illustrates use of the "us1_metros_houston.gis" GIS project.

See more about census tracts; see tracts main page.

Several additional views follow, developed using this same GIS project. These views illustrate different levels of geographic granularity and patterns of different subject matter.

3. Median Housing Value by Block Group
See more about block groups; see block groups main page.

.. view developed using the CVGIS software.

4. Population/Housing Unit by Block
See more about census blocks; see census block main page.

.. view developed using the CVGIS software.

5. Zoom-in to Sugarland/Fort Bend County
See more about cities/places; see cities/places main page.
Access data for any city using interactive table.

.. view developed using the CVGIS software.

6. Further Zoom-in Showing Street/Road Detail
See more about streets.

.. view developed using the CVGIS software.

Add Your Own Locations Data
This view shows locations of selected Starbucks stores in the Houston/Harris County area. It is easy to see which locations are located in areas of higher/lower economic prosperity. The underlying layer shows patterns of median housing value by block group -- use your own selected subject matter and geography. Use any address or location data to create and add your own address/point shapefile. See that the "locations2" point shapefile appears at the top of the legend panel at left of map window. The identify tool is used to click on a store location (see pointer) and show a mini-profile. Use as many attributes as you like for your locations data. See more about creating location shapefiles (CLS). The CLS process enables you to automatically assign a census block code to each location/point.
7. Locations in Context of Small Area Demographic Patterns

.. view developed using the CVGIS software.

Installing the GIS Software and Project/Datasets (requires Windows computer with Internet connection)
1. Install the ProximityOne CV XE GIS
... run the CV XE GIS installer
... requires UserID; take all defaults during installation
2. Download the Houston Metro GIS project fileset
... requires UserID; unzip Houston Metro GIS project files to local new folder c:\p1data
3. Open the c:\p1data\us1_metros_houston.gis project
... after completing the above steps, click File>Open>Dialog
... open the file named c:\p1data\us1_metros_houston.gis
... optionally use project file named c:\p1data\us1_metros_houston1.gis
4. Done. The start-up view is shown above.

GIS Project Layers
Layer 1 -- LayerName: States - LayerFileName: cb_2016_us_state_500k.shp
1-1 STATEFP C, 2, 0
1-2 STATENS C, 8, 0
1-3 AFFGEOID C, 11, 0
1-4 GEOID C, 2, 0
1-5 STUSPS C, 2, 0
1-6 NAME C, 100, 0
1-7 LSAD C, 2, 0
1-8 ALAND N, 14, 0
1-9 AWATER N, 14, 0


Layer 2 -- LayerName: Primary Roads US -- LayerFileName: tl_2016_us_primaryroads.shp
2-1 LINEARID C, 22, 0
2-2 FULLNAME C, 100, 0
2-3 RTTYP C, 1, 0
2-4 MTFCC C, 5, 0


Layer 3 -- LayerName: places points US -- LayerFileName: places2015pts.shp
3-1 USPS C, 2, 0
3-2 GEOID C, 7, 0
3-3 ANSICODE C, 18, 0
3-4 NAME C, 60, 0
3-5 LSAD C, 2, 0
3-6 FUNCSTAT C, 2, 0
3-7 ALAND_SQMT C, 14, 0
3-8 AWATR_SQMT C, 14, 0
3-9 ALAND_SQMI N, 12, 3
3-10 AWATR_SQMI N, 12, 3
3-11 LAT N, 12, 6
3-12 LON N, 12, 6
3-13 STCTY C, 5, 0
3-14 CEN2010 N, 9, 0
3-15 BASE2010 N, 9, 0
3-16 POP2010 N, 9, 0
3-17 POP2011 N, 9, 0
3-18 POP2012 N, 9, 0
3-19 POP2013 N, 9, 0
3-20 POP2014 N, 9, 0
3-21 POP2015 N, 9, 0
3-22 POP1015 N, 9, 0
3-23 POP1015P N, 9, 2


Layer 4 -- LayerName: CBSAs US -- LayerFileName: cb_2016_us_cbsa_500k.shp
4-1 CSAFP C, 3, 0
4-2 CBSAFP C, 5, 0
4-3 AFFGEOID C, 14, 0
4-4 GEOID C, 5, 0
4-5 NAME C, 100, 0
4-6 LSAD C, 2, 0
4-7 ALAND N, 14, 0
4-8 AWATER N, 14, 0


Layer 5 -- LayerName: urban areas US -- LayerFileName: cb_2016_us_ua10_500k.shp
5-1 UACE10 C, 5, 0
5-2 AFFGEOID10 C, 14, 0
5-3 GEOID10 C, 5, 0
5-4 NAME10 C, 100, 0
5-5 LSAD10 C, 2, 0
5-6 UATYP10 C, 1, 0
5-7 ALAND10 N, 14, 0
5-8 AWATER10 N, 14, 0


Layer 6 -- LayerName: counties US -- LayerFileName: cb_2016_us_county_500k_pop2016.shp
6-1 STATEFP C, 2, 0
6-2 COUNTYFP C, 3, 0
6-3 COUNTYNS C, 8, 0
6-4 AFFGEOID C, 14, 0
6-5 GEOID C, 5, 0
6-6 NAME C, 100, 0
6-7 LSAD C, 2, 0
6-8 ALAND N, 14, 0
6-9 AWATER N, 14, 0
6-10 CSAFP C, 3, 0
6-11 CBSAFP C, 5, 0
6-12 METDIVFP C, 5, 0
6-13 INTPTLAT C, 11, 0
6-14 INTPTLON C, 12, 0
6-15 CEN2010 N, 9, 0
6-16 POP2010 N, 9, 0
6-17 POP2011 N, 9, 0
6-18 POP2012 N, 9, 0
6-19 POP2013 N, 9, 0
6-20 POP2014 N, 9, 0
6-21 POP2015 N, 9, 0
6-22 POP2016 N, 9, 0
6-23 CHG1015 N, 9, 0
6-24 CHG1015P N, 9, 1
6-25 CHG1016 N, 9, 0
6-26 CHG1016P N, 9, 1
6-27 NCHG2010 N, 9, 0
6-28 NCHG2011 N, 9, 0
6-29 NCHG2012 N, 9, 0
6-30 NCHG2013 N, 9, 0
6-31 NCHG2014 N, 9, 0
6-32 NCHG2015 N, 9, 0
6-33 NCHG2016 N, 9, 0
6-34 BIRTHS2010 N, 9, 0
6-35 BIRTHS2011 N, 9, 0
6-36 BIRTHS2012 N, 9, 0
6-37 BIRTHS2013 N, 9, 0
6-38 BIRTHS2014 N, 9, 0
6-39 BIRTHS2015 N, 9, 0
6-40 BIRTHS2016 N, 9, 0
6-41 DEATHS2010 N, 9, 0
6-42 DEATHS2011 N, 9, 0
6-43 DEATHS2012 N, 9, 0
6-44 DEATHS2013 N, 9, 0
6-45 DEATHS2014 N, 9, 0
6-46 DEATHS2015 N, 9, 0
6-47 DEATHS2016 N, 9, 0
6-48 NATINC2010 N, 9, 0
6-49 NATINC2011 N, 9, 0
6-50 NATINC2012 N, 9, 0
6-51 NATINC2013 N, 9, 0
6-52 NATINC2014 N, 9, 0
6-53 NATINC2015 N, 9, 0
6-54 NATINC2016 N, 9, 0
6-55 NATINC1016 N, 9, 0
6-56 INTMIG2010 N, 9, 0
6-57 INTMIG2011 N, 9, 0
6-58 INTMIG2012 N, 9, 0
6-59 INTMIG2013 N, 9, 0
6-60 INTMIG2014 N, 9, 0
6-61 INTMIG2015 N, 9, 0
6-62 INTMIG2016 N, 9, 0
6-63 DOMMIG2010 N, 9, 0
6-64 DOMMIG2011 N, 9, 0
6-65 DOMMIG2012 N, 9, 0
6-66 DOMMIG2013 N, 9, 0
6-67 DOMMIG2014 N, 9, 0
6-68 DOMMIG2015 N, 9, 0
6-69 DOMMIG2016 N, 9, 0
6-70 NETMIG2010 N, 9, 0
6-71 NETMIG2011 N, 9, 0
6-72 NETMIG2012 N, 9, 0
6-73 NETMIG2013 N, 9, 0
6-74 NETMIG2014 N, 9, 0
6-75 NETMIG2015 N, 9, 0
6-76 NETMIG2016 N, 9, 0
6-77 NETMIG1016 N, 9, 0
6-78 RES2010 N, 9, 0
6-79 RES2011 N, 9, 0
6-80 RES2012 N, 9, 0
6-81 RES2013 N, 9, 0
6-82 RES2014 N, 9, 0
6-83 RES2015 N, 9, 0


Layer 7 -- LayerName: counties2 US -- LayerFileName: cb_2016_us_county_500k_pop2016.shp
7-1 STATEFP C, 2, 0
7-2 COUNTYFP C, 3, 0
7-3 COUNTYNS C, 8, 0
7-4 AFFGEOID C, 14, 0
7-5 GEOID C, 5, 0
7-6 NAME C, 100, 0
7-7 LSAD C, 2, 0
7-8 ALAND N, 14, 0
7-9 AWATER N, 14, 0
7-10 CSAFP C, 3, 0
7-11 CBSAFP C, 5, 0
7-12 METDIVFP C, 5, 0
7-13 INTPTLAT C, 11, 0
7-14 INTPTLON C, 12, 0
7-15 CEN2010 N, 9, 0
7-16 POP2010 N, 9, 0
7-17 POP2011 N, 9, 0
7-18 POP2012 N, 9, 0
7-19 POP2013 N, 9, 0
7-20 POP2014 N, 9, 0
7-21 POP2015 N, 9, 0
7-22 POP2016 N, 9, 0
7-23 CHG1015 N, 9, 0
7-24 CHG1015P N, 9, 1
7-25 CHG1016 N, 9, 0
7-26 CHG1016P N, 9, 1
7-27 NCHG2010 N, 9, 0
7-28 NCHG2011 N, 9, 0
7-29 NCHG2012 N, 9, 0
7-30 NCHG2013 N, 9, 0
7-31 NCHG2014 N, 9, 0
7-32 NCHG2015 N, 9, 0
7-33 NCHG2016 N, 9, 0
7-34 BIRTHS2010 N, 9, 0
7-35 BIRTHS2011 N, 9, 0
7-36 BIRTHS2012 N, 9, 0
7-37 BIRTHS2013 N, 9, 0
7-38 BIRTHS2014 N, 9, 0
7-39 BIRTHS2015 N, 9, 0
7-40 BIRTHS2016 N, 9, 0
7-41 DEATHS2010 N, 9, 0
7-42 DEATHS2011 N, 9, 0
7-43 DEATHS2012 N, 9, 0
7-44 DEATHS2013 N, 9, 0
7-45 DEATHS2014 N, 9, 0
7-46 DEATHS2015 N, 9, 0
7-47 DEATHS2016 N, 9, 0
7-48 NATINC2010 N, 9, 0
7-49 NATINC2011 N, 9, 0
7-50 NATINC2012 N, 9, 0
7-51 NATINC2013 N, 9, 0
7-52 NATINC2014 N, 9, 0
7-53 NATINC2015 N, 9, 0
7-54 NATINC2016 N, 9, 0
7-55 NATINC1016 N, 9, 0
7-56 INTMIG2010 N, 9, 0
7-57 INTMIG2011 N, 9, 0
7-58 INTMIG2012 N, 9, 0
7-59 INTMIG2013 N, 9, 0
7-60 INTMIG2014 N, 9, 0
7-61 INTMIG2015 N, 9, 0
7-62 INTMIG2016 N, 9, 0
7-63 DOMMIG2010 N, 9, 0
7-64 DOMMIG2011 N, 9, 0
7-65 DOMMIG2012 N, 9, 0
7-66 DOMMIG2013 N, 9, 0
7-67 DOMMIG2014 N, 9, 0
7-68 DOMMIG2015 N, 9, 0
7-69 DOMMIG2016 N, 9, 0
7-70 NETMIG2010 N, 9, 0
7-71 NETMIG2011 N, 9, 0
7-72 NETMIG2012 N, 9, 0
7-73 NETMIG2013 N, 9, 0
7-74 NETMIG2014 N, 9, 0
7-75 NETMIG2015 N, 9, 0
7-76 NETMIG2016 N, 9, 0
7-77 NETMIG1016 N, 9, 0
7-78 RES2010 N, 9, 0
7-79 RES2011 N, 9, 0
7-80 RES2012 N, 9, 0
7-81 RES2013 N, 9, 0
7-82 RES2014 N, 9, 0
7-83 RES2015 N, 9, 0


Layer 8 -- LayerName: places statewide -- LayerFileName: cb_2016_48_place_500k.shp
8-1 STATEFP C, 2, 0
8-2 PLACEFP C, 5, 0
8-3 PLACENS C, 8, 0
8-4 AFFGEOID C, 16, 0
8-5 GEOID C, 7, 0
8-6 NAME C, 100, 0
8-7 LSAD C, 2, 0
8-8 ALAND N, 14, 0
8-9 AWATER N, 14, 0


Layer 9 -- LayerName: roads metro -- LayerFileName: tl_2016_26420_edges_roads.shp
9-1 STATEFP C, 2, 0
9-2 COUNTYFP C, 3, 0
9-3 TLID N, 10, 0
9-4 TFIDL N, 10, 0
9-5 TFIDR N, 10, 0
9-6 MTFCC C, 5, 0
9-7 FULLNAME C, 50, 0
9-8 SMID C, 22, 0
9-9 LFROMADD C, 12, 0
9-10 LTOADD C, 12, 0
9-11 RFROMADD C, 12, 0
9-12 RTOADD C, 12, 0
9-13 ZIPL C, 5, 0
9-14 ZIPR C, 5, 0
9-15 FEATCAT C, 1, 0
9-16 HYDROFLG C, 1, 0
9-17 RAILFLG C, 1, 0
9-18 ROADFLG C, 1, 0
9-19 OLFFLG C, 1, 0
9-20 PASSFLG C, 1, 0
9-21 DIVROAD C, 1, 0
9-22 EXTTYP C, 1, 0
9-23 TTYP C, 1, 0
9-24 DECKEDROAD C, 1, 0
9-25 ARTPATH C, 1, 0
9-26 PERSIST C, 1, 0
9-27 GCSEFLG C, 1, 0
9-28 OFFSETL C, 1, 0
9-29 OFFSETR C, 1, 0
9-30 TNIDF N, 10, 0
9-31 TNIDT N, 10, 0


Layer 10 -- LayerName: blocks metro -- LayerFileName: tabblock2010_26420_pophu.shp
10-1 STATEFP10 C, 2, 0
10-2 COUNTYFP10 C, 3, 0
10-3 TRACTCE10 C, 6, 0
10-4 BLOCKCE C, 4, 0
10-5 BLOCKID10 C, 15, 0
10-6 PARTFLG C, 1, 0
10-7 HOUSING10 N, 9, 0
10-8 POP10 N, 9, 0
10-9 UR10 C, 1, 0
10-10 UACE10 C, 5, 0
10-11 ALAND N, 14, 0
10-12 AWATER N, 14, 0
10-13 INTPTLAT C, 11, 0
10-14 INTPTLON C, 12, 0


Layer 11 -- LayerName: block groups statewide -- LayerFileName: cb_2016_48_bg_500k.shp
11-1 STATEFP C, 2, 0
11-2 COUNTYFP C, 3, 0
11-3 TRACTCE C, 6, 0
11-4 BLKGRPCE C, 1, 0
11-5 AFFGEOID C, 21, 0
11-6 GEOID C, 12, 0
11-7 NAME C, 100, 0
11-8 LSAD C, 2, 0
11-9 ALAND N, 14, 0
11-10 AWATER N, 14, 0
11-11 B02001_001 N, 12, 0
11-12 B02001_002 N, 12, 0
11-13 B02001_003 N, 12, 0
11-14 B02001_004 N, 12, 0
11-15 B02001_005 N, 12, 0
11-16 B02001_006 N, 12, 0
11-17 B02001_007 N, 12, 0
11-18 B02001_008 N, 12, 0
11-19 B03002_012 N, 12, 0
11-20 B19013_001 N, 12, 0
11-21 B25077_001 N, 12, 0
11-22 B11001_001 N, 12, 0
11-23 B11001_002 N, 12, 0
11-24 B11001_003 N, 12, 0
11-25 B11001_004 N, 12, 0
11-26 B11001_005 N, 12, 0
11-27 B11001_006 N, 12, 0
11-28 B11001_007 N, 12, 0
11-29 B11001_008 N, 12, 0
11-30 B11001_009 N, 12, 0
11-31 B15003_001 N, 12, 0
11-32 B15003_002 N, 12, 0
11-33 B15003_003 N, 12, 0
11-34 B15003_004 N, 12, 0
11-35 B15003_005 N, 12, 0
11-36 B15003_006 N, 12, 0
11-37 B15003_007 N, 12, 0
11-38 B15003_008 N, 12, 0
11-39 B15003_009 N, 12, 0
11-40 B15003_010 N, 12, 0
11-41 B15003_011 N, 12, 0
11-42 B15003_012 N, 12, 0
11-43 B15003_013 N, 12, 0
11-44 B15003_014 N, 12, 0
11-45 B15003_015 N, 12, 0
11-46 B15003_016 N, 12, 0
11-47 B15003_017 N, 12, 0
11-48 B15003_018 N, 12, 0
11-49 B15003_019 N, 12, 0
11-50 B15003_020 N, 12, 0
11-51 B15003_021 N, 12, 0
11-52 B15003_022 N, 12, 0
11-53 B15003_023 N, 12, 0
11-54 B15003_024 N, 12, 0
11-55 B15003_025 N, 12, 0


Layer 12 -- LayerName: tracts statewide -- LayerFileName: cb_2016_48_tract_500k.shp
12-1 STATEFP C, 2, 0
12-2 COUNTYFP C, 3, 0
12-3 TRACTCE C, 6, 0
12-4 AFFGEOID C, 20, 0
12-5 GEOID C, 11, 0
12-6 NAME C, 100, 0
12-7 LSAD C, 2, 0
12-8 ALAND N, 14, 0
12-9 AWATER N, 14, 0
12-10 E062 N, 9, 0


Layer 13 -- LayerName: US by state -- LayerFileName: cb_2015_us_state_500k.shp
13-1 STATEFP C, 2, 0
13-2 STATENS C, 8, 0
13-3 GEOID C, 2, 0
13-4 STUSPS C, 2, 0
13-5 NAME C, 100, 0
13-6 LSAD C, 2, 0
13-7 ALAND N, 14, 0
13-8 AWATER N, 14, 0
13-9 CEN2010 N, 9, 0
13-10 POP2010 N, 9, 0
13-11 POP2011 N, 9, 0
13-12 POP2012 N, 9, 0
13-13 POP2013 N, 9, 0
13-14 POP2014 N, 9, 0
13-15 POP2015 N, 9, 0


Block Group Layer Attributes
Data are from 2015 ACS 5-year estimates unless otherwise noted.
B02001_001E >>Total:
B02001_002E >>White alone
B02001_003E >>Black or African American alone
B02001_004E >>American Indian and Alaska Native alone
B02001_005E >>Asian alone
B02001_006E >>Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
B02001_007E >>Some other race alone
B02001_008E >>Two or more races:
B03002_012E Hispanic or Latino
B19013_001E Median household income
B25077_001E Median value (dollars)
B11001_001E >>Total:
B11001_002E >>Family households:
B11001_003E >>Married-couple family
B11001_004E >>Other family:
B11001_005E >>Male householder, no wife present
B11001_006E >>Female householder, no husband present
B11001_007E >>Nonfamily households:
B11001_008E >>Householder living alone
B11001_009E >>Householder not living alone
B15003_001E >>Total:Educational Attainment for the Population 25 Years and Over
B15003_002E >>No schooling completed
B15003_003E >>Nursery schoolE
B15003_004E >>KindergartenE
B15003_005E >>1st gradeE
B15003_006E >>2nd gradeE
B15003_007E >>3rd gradeE
B15003_008E >>4th gradeE
B15003_009E >>5th gradeE
B15003_010E >>6th gradeE
B15003_011E >>7th gradeE
B15003_012E >>8th gradeE
B15003_013E >>9th gradeE
B15003_014E >>10th gradeE
B15003_015E >>11th gradeE
B15003_016E >>12th grade, no diplomaE
B15003_017E >>Regular high school diplomaE
B15003_018E >>GED or alternative credentialE
B15003_019E >>Some college, less than 1 yearE
B15003_020E >>Some college, 1 or more years, no degreeE
B15003_021E >>Associate's degreeE
B15003_022E >>Bachelor's degreeE
B15003_023E >>Master's degreeE
B15003_024E >>Professional school degreeE
B15003_025E >>Doctorate degreeE

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